NEW YORK, July 28 (Reuters) – Chicago soybean traders focused on
forecasts for hotter and drier weather for the Delta and Southeast over the
next week, which may harm some of the crop that is setting pods.
* In the Midwest, overall satisfactory crop weather was predicted for
the next week to 10 days, with temperatures rising but not getting hot
enough to harm corn or soybean crops.
* The western Midwest, including eastern Iowa, was drying out from
torrential downpours and flooding over the weekend that damaged crops in
low-lying areas. But as a whole, the weather remained conducive to late
pollinating corn and early pod-setting soy.

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